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B. ), The Phenomenology of Mind (London: Allen & Unwin, 1931), pp. 611-79. 47 KANT WELTANSCHAUUNG S adopt a standpoint which transcends the moral horizon. It is, however, neither my intention nor my task in this essay to consider the possibilities lead to a new approach which might to these ultimate problems. How ties does Kant himself try to overcome the difficulwhich, as we have seen, arise in his picture of the world? The source. originate from the same We human beings, according to Kant, find selves limited at all difficulties and which we aim finite, is our- whereas the Weltanschauung necessarily bound to surpass those We can never completein surpassing them, we can only strive for ly succeed completion.
God which distinguishes supersensible which makes man what he what he ought idea of The and preserves The to be. idea of is is precise- or rather mankind and the are indeed so near to each other here that they almost coincide. Even God is dependent upon the moral law instead of the law being dependent upon him. But what place who is remains in the world for a still so circumscribed ? kind of majesty can still so conceived anything What kind of dignity, be attributed to him ? more than an ideal of Is God what God mankind ?
P. 92. 44 the struggle mad is col- purposeless tyrant which reason ETHICAL DUALISM In the end the moral Weltanschauung is weakened by the religious postulates which, according to Kant, are its necessary correlates. In the one case God, postulated by the moral will, is not accorded his divine right; while in the other case the moral life severed from God the is in danger of losing moment God is its moral meaning God postulated. at well as the as moral law becomes ambivalent; they appear at the same time to be both independent and dependent upon each other, absolute and yet non-absolute.